Stevenson Park Recreation Precinct Masterplan

Newcastle City Council has committed to update the Stevenson Park recreation precinct masterplan and develop a new playground concept plan. The project will be looking at how Stevenson Park recreation precinct can be effectively utilised to meet the changing needs of the local residents, sporting clubs and broader community.



The engagement is currently closed for comment and the findings are being reviewed.

Three concept design options have been developed for the park . You can view the concepts in the document library on the right.


  • Park Drop in Session - come and see us on site at Stevenson Park on Saturday 16 June from 10.00am to 1.00pm. Drop in and provide your feedback to help inform the final masterplan and playground concept plan.

The engagement process so far

Council has completed the first two phases of engagement process. We have collected lots of feedback and ideas to help with the development of the precinct masterplan and playground concept design. Methods included:

  • Onsite community design workshop: Over 50 community members (park experts) attended the workshop at the Stevenson Park Softball clubhouse Monday 28 May.
  • School workshops: Over 100 students from Mayfield West Demonstration school came to the park and participated in a park building session.
  • Online interactive map: View the precinct on the online map and see some of the comments left by participants.
  • Online Survey: Feedback and ideas were collected through an online survey.
  • Park drop in session: Saturday 16 June to review concepts.
  • Online interactive concept designs

A snapshot report of the engagement findings from the phase one can be found in the document library.



Newcastle City Council has committed to update the Stevenson Park recreation precinct masterplan and develop a new playground concept plan. The project will be looking at how Stevenson Park recreation precinct can be effectively utilised to meet the changing needs of the local residents, sporting clubs and broader community.



The engagement is currently closed for comment and the findings are being reviewed.

Three concept design options have been developed for the park . You can view the concepts in the document library on the right.


  • Park Drop in Session - come and see us on site at Stevenson Park on Saturday 16 June from 10.00am to 1.00pm. Drop in and provide your feedback to help inform the final masterplan and playground concept plan.

The engagement process so far

Council has completed the first two phases of engagement process. We have collected lots of feedback and ideas to help with the development of the precinct masterplan and playground concept design. Methods included:

  • Onsite community design workshop: Over 50 community members (park experts) attended the workshop at the Stevenson Park Softball clubhouse Monday 28 May.
  • School workshops: Over 100 students from Mayfield West Demonstration school came to the park and participated in a park building session.
  • Online interactive map: View the precinct on the online map and see some of the comments left by participants.
  • Online Survey: Feedback and ideas were collected through an online survey.
  • Park drop in session: Saturday 16 June to review concepts.
  • Online interactive concept designs

A snapshot report of the engagement findings from the phase one can be found in the document library.